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Alternative stainless steels

Alternative stainless steels

Int. Dairy Congr 3: 841-46

A concise account is given of 3 types of stainless steel which differ from the most widely used austenitic-18 per cent chromium, 8 per cent nickel-steels in that they contain substantially less or no nickel whilst their chromium contents are either about equal or higher. A table is included giving data on the composition of these types of stainless steel, their mechanical properties, weld-ability and resistance to corrosion by media of importance in the dairies.

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